The AZoNano.com "Nanotech Thought Leaders" series is a collection of articles that cover the key technology areas where Nanotechnology is making an impact and where it will make an increasing impact. All the articles are written by experts who have been invited as recognised leaders in their fields to provide a "state of the art" contribution.
For the first time, the functional properties of phosphorene nanoribbons in optoelectronic devices have been demonstrated experimentally.
AZoNano speaks with Professor Hyoungsoo Kim from KAIST about his efforts to create a novel nanoscale self-assembling salt-crystal origami method called crystal capillary origami.
We speak with Dr. Tao Zhang about a general method for the kinetically controlled synthesis of gold penta-twinned nanocrystals.
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Jinian Yang about his involvement in research investigating the benefits of flower-like nanoparticles on the properties of epoxy resin.
We speak to Dr. John Miao about the research changing our understanding of amorphous materials, and what it could mean for the physical world around us.
We speak to Dr. Dominik Rejman about NANO-LLPO, a nanomaterial-based wound dressing that promotes healing and prevents infection.
AZoNano speaks to Dr. Zahra Rattray about the impact of the new Multiscale Metrology Suite (MMS) on the development of nanomedicine.
DIANT continuous nanoparticle manufacturing system integrates with InProcess-LSP NanoFlowSizer for size characterization.
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Dimitar Dimov, who is the founder of Concrene. Concrene Limited is a London-based nanotechnology company, that has developed a breakthrough solution for the concrete industry. By applying cutting-edge nanoscience, Concrene works to improve the strength of concrete as well as reducing its carbon footprint.
AZoNano speaks with Dr. Matthew Coak from the University of Warwick and the University of Cambridge, leader of an international team that has identified a new form of magnetism in so-called magnetic graphene - this could lead to new ways of understanding superconductivity in this unusual type of material.